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What is Eclipse?

Eclipse is an integrated development environment that is used in computer programming.

It is the mostly widely use Java IDE and contains a base workspace and an extensible plug-in system for customising the environment.

The platform has been designed to build integrated web and application development tooling.

It is designed to not offer a huge amount of end user functionality but the value of the platform comes with its ability to encourage the rapid development of integrated features based on a plug-in model.

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Eclipse provides a common user interface model for working with tools and is designed to run on multiple operating systems.

What is the core of Eclipse?
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